Villas Pico Bonito
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and I went to university in the same place. We finished the class with some group selfies and they all followed us on the frontier twitter page. Today was out last day teaching as the schools are all finishing for a holiday. It's certainly been a mixed experience but very entertaining at times!
After we had finished school, Raphael took us for a tour of La Ceiba, we had a ...
... materials - coral, bottles, pebbles, broken tiles etc and it's amazing! It's a maze of different platforms, tunnels and seating areas, and makes a really cool bar! We visited it in the day as well and it's beautiful. Ali went home early because she was feeling ill, and after Treetanic Maura and I headed to Tranquillo as usual to end the night dancing and sitting on the deck. Maura, Blair, Ryan, MP and I headed back to Max's at the end of the night to finish it up chilling on the ...
... and pay an entrance fee. We had not exchanged any money for the Honduran Lempiras yet and this young man took what little Guatemalan money we had left and negotiated a fair exchange rate with a man standing nearby. It's no secret that border crossings are not good places to exchange money as you usually get ripped off. Anyhow, we literally had just enough Guatemalan quetzales to exchange into Honduran Lempiras ...
... after hearing some average reviews decided to skip it and head straight for Utila with Martijn and Lesley.
So the next morning the four of us embarked on our trip across the country to reach the small Island of Utila which is just off the coast on the Caribbean side. Our first bus took us to the murder capital of the world, San Pedro Sula, where on average more than three murders occur each day. Surviving this ...
... utterly terrible and I suspect something under the category of "non-food".
If you can picture this scene - outside the walls of a terrible prison, the mother of a prisoner brings food - tortillas and chicken - to share with those who support her son. There is no doubt that 95% of the gratitude was directed at Melo who has been an ardent and faithful supporter of Chabelo since the beginning of this nightmare. As well Melo has known the family for many ...